Guest John Hancock Posted April 24, 2015 Share Posted April 24, 2015 Yeah, I can't see anything other than Money on points, and then they just put the concept of professional boxing in a coffin and carry it down the Strip one last time as people weep and :wave:: handkerchiefs. Obviously this is going to be massive, probably the biggest pay-per-view ever, but I have no idea what they're going to do for the next ten years now, this just feels like a bit of a "Well... now what?", because, compared to the atmosphere a few years ago, this really doesn't feel as important as it could have been, especially with one of the big topics being whether Manny really has anything left. I know it's probably just because UFC's made a massive comeback this year, combined with the fact that expecting the biggest ever from day one probably isn't the best way to protect yourself from disappointment and burn out, but I have to say, I was way, way more hyped up about the Alvarez/Mayweather fight than I am about this. It all just seems a little bit like a formality now. (So apparently you can't type the word w-a-v-e anymore?) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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